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nyack to truckee. and on u.s. 50 from east placerville to myers. ken wayne went to the sierra and it was not long before he ran into trouble. >> reporter: caltrans put up chain controls at about 11:00. but it was from this point heading eastbound toward the summit where the problems really began. we have just passed the chain controls and we've already hit a situation. we're kind of on a curb where the road slightly leaning to the right. this semi truck to our left is spinning out. so is a small suv right in front of it. once we made it past that truck we found a pair of tow trucks helping free an suv that spun out and sustained damage. we saw a big rig getting a push from a caltrans truck. the ice clung to the road. and to our mirrors. it was a tense drive, a bit much for laura slate and her family. >> we may end up going back home because they said they closed the freeway down at colfax. >> reporter: the interstate was shut down for hours as spin outs were cleared. >> a cold snow like this is icy, that's the problem. we were sitting in this traffic jam heading west, and all
. >>> -- the u.s. postal services may be in the brink of collapse but we learned that they are spending thousands of the dollars to send administrators to a conference in march. >> reporter: the administrators conference will tee off with golf. documents obtained by our washington, d.c. bureau show the travel $220.000 in exhibit space will cost the u.s. postal service $200,000. internal postal service documents show beyond the meetings and a golf tournament there will be a music entertainment and the foods of fisherman's wharf and china town. at a time when the postal service is under fire for losing money and scrapping some saturday mail service. one watchdog group says the government shouldn't pay to fly its executives into town. >> they need to be concerned about the objects of this and be concerned about you know ratcheting back on what is considered some of their more luxurious activities. >> reporter: organizers of the national postal forum say the event is designed to inform businesses offered by the postal service. it's targeted thousands of small businesses here in the bay area and it e
complex with all radiant heating in the u.s. >>> flashes break out in a holy site. the catalyst for today's violence. >> a wrongly convicted bay area man is free tonight in part thanks to the help of the innocence project here in the south bay. still to come, the most common problem they say can lead to a wrong conviction. atever you want, baby. let's just share a 20 piece. [ internal ] 20 mcnuggets, for only $4.99? she's beautiful smart and sensible. [ male announcer ] mcdonald's extra value menu. the simple joy of having more to love. ♪ >>> santa cruz police have released the name of a second suspect wanted in a robbery. police have released the name of esteban. they tell us they were able to tackle one of the suspects who were eventually arrested. lopez got away. >>> continuing coverage of that man who was wrongly convicted and released from jail today. maureen naylor is in oakland and tell us why the wrong people sometimes end up behind bars. >> reporter: this is the office of the innocence project. attorneys here in san francisco for the past half dozen years have been working to o
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